NOS Courses

Annual Certificate in Online Safety for Non-teaching Staff (2020-21)

  • Available On Demand

Safeguarding and online safety is everybody’s responsibility. The most effective approach is by engaging the whole school community, including non-teaching staff, who should be aware and be able to recognise any difficulties relating to online safety.

Annual Certificate in Online Safety for School Governors (2020-21)

  • Available On Demand

Governing bodies and proprietors must ensure that policies, procedures and training in their schools or colleges are effective and comply with the law at all times. They should be doing all that they reasonably can to limit children’s exposure to online harms and risks, ensuring appropriate filters and monitoring systems are in place, and consider a whole school or college approach to online safety.

Annual Certificate in Online Safety for Teaching Staff (2020-21)

  • Available On Demand

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. All staff have a responsibility to provide a safe environment in which children can learn. This includes protecting children from online harm and abuse and risks such as CSE, online bullying or online sexual harassment. School staff should receive online safety training that is integrated, aligned and considered as part of the overarching safeguarding approach. (Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) statutory guidance 2020)

Annual Advanced Certificate in Online Safety for SENDCos (2020-21)

  • Available On Demand

Children with special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities can face additional safeguarding challenges online. They often experience more online harms than their peers and can be vulnerable to online risks such as cyberbullying, online grooming and exploitation. SENDCOs play a central role in safeguarding pupils with SEND. They are a core element of ensuring relevant policies are adhered to, co-ordinating SEND provision and providing the necessary support that SEND and vulnerable learners need.

Annual Advanced Certificate in Online Safety for ICT Leads (2020-21)

  • Available On Demand

ICT Leads play a vital role in developing and enhancing children’s learning around online safety. They are central to progressing policy and process and in helping to shape how young people acquire the skills to use ICT effectively, confidently and safely. Furthermore, ICT Leads should work closely with DSLs and have an awareness of their wider safeguarding responsibilities.

Annual Advanced Certificate in Online Safety for Safeguarding Leads (2020-21)

  • Available On Demand

Designated Safeguarding Leads should take lead responsibility for safeguarding and child protection, including online safety, in schools. They should undergo training to provide them with the knowledge and skills required to carry out the role, including the ability to understand the unique risks associated with online safety. They should be confident that they have the relevant knowledge and up to date capability required to keep children safe whilst they are online at school or college (Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE) statutory guidance 2020).

Annual Certificate in Online Safety for Educators 2020-21 (International Schools)

  • Available On Demand

Safeguarding children online is a whole school responsibility. All educators have a duty of care to protect children from online harm. It’s important therefore that their knowledge of the online world is relevant and up to date and that they have the expertise and awareness to be able to support children’s activities online in line with policy requirements and individual pupil needs.

Annual Advanced Certificate in Online Safety for Child Protection Leads 2020-21 (International Schools)

  • Available On Demand

All schools should adopt a robust and effective strategy to help keep children safe online. Senior leaders should ensure that their school is meeting local policy requirements and that they are pursuing a culture of online safety which is fully integrated into their school safeguarding practice.

Online Safety for Parents of Children Aged 4-7

  • Available On Demand

This short course provides you with an important insight into how children aged 4 to 7 are typically engaging with the online world.

Online Safety for Parents of Children Aged 7-11

  • Available On Demand

This short course provides you with an important insight into how children aged 7 to 11 are typically engaging with the online world.

Online Safety for Parents of Children Aged 11-14

  • Available On Demand

This short course provides you with an important insight into how children aged 11 to 14 are typically engaging with the online world.

Online Safety for Parents of Children Aged 14-18

  • Available On Demand

This short course provides you with an important insight into how children aged 14 to 18 are typically engaging with the online world.

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